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WW1 Photo Library: US Naval Aviation 1898-1956 (WW1 Years)

Photographs and Other Images Sourced from the Booklet, United States Naval Aviation, 1898-1956. A part of the World War 1 Online Exhibit at the GG Archives.

Front Cover of United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956.

Front Cover of United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 194504f884

Commissioned Officers of the Aviation Corps, USN

Commissioned Officers of the Aviation Corps, USN: Left to Right; LT V. D. Hervster, LT W. M. McIlvain, LT P. N. L. Bellinger, LT R. C. Saufley, LT J. H. Towers, LCDR H. C. Mustin, LT B. L. Smith, ENS de Chevalier and ENS M. L. Stolz. Taken at Naval Aeronautic Station, Pensacola, Fla., March 1914. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 194514d25f

Catapult launch from USS North Carolina, Pensacola Bay.

Catapult launch from USS North Carolina, Pensacola Bay. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 194553b5dd

Sperry Aerial Torpedo; Predecessor of Today’s Guided Missiles

Sperry Aerial Torpedo; Predecessor of Today’s Guided Missiles. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 1946090704

F5L, Built for Anti-Submarine Patrol by Naval Aircraft Factory.

F5L, Built for Anti-Submarine Patrol by Naval Aircraft Factory. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 1946c337e1

N-9 Training Plane of World War I.

N-9 Training Plane of World War I. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 1946f4ffe8

NC-4, First Plane to Fly the Atlantic.

NC-4, First Plane to Fly the Atlantic. United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956. GGA Image ID # 19470b0341

The United States Naval Aviation 1898-1956: A Calendar of Significant Events in the Growth and Development of United States Naval Aviation 1898 - 1956, Bureau of Aeronautics, Department of the Navy.

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